A New Pertutti For A New World
Written by Bwog Staff
Tipster Thomas Chau wrote in to give Bwog more information on the state of Pertutti, which has had its windows plastered over with paper for quite awhile now. When we last discussed Pertutti, shortly after its closure, we knew that it would be a trattoria owned by the proprietors of Nonna, a dubiously-reviewed Upper West Side Italian restaurant. Thomas informs us that the new name will be “Campo”, and that they’ll be serving food until 2 AM and drinks until 4. He cited prices of “around $10 for a pizza and $15-$20 for entrees.” Oh, well.
Bwog will be following up with the owners to learn more. Photos after the jump.